Sarah Ho graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA with a B.A. in Communication Studies, preparing herself for a career in journalism. While attending Cupertino High School, she wrote for the exclusive teen program Read This! at the San Jose Mercury News. At UCLA, she reported for the Daily Bruin, interned at Entercom owned radio station The Wolf 95.7 in San Francisco, produced internationally broadcast entertainment programs for Radio Taiwan International, and worked with former CIA agent Frank Snepp on investigative stories at KNBC Los Angeles. After graduating college, she returned to her hometown in the Silicon Valley to report on politics briefly for TVHSUSA.COM, a Chinese TV station in the San Francisco Bay Area region. Select clips available for viewing at youtube.com/sarahreports.
Although she enjoyed interviewing people and telling stories as a reporter, she longed to pursue a more creative career. After making the switch to marketing, she realized that this was what she was meant to do!
Besides marketing, Sarah also enjoys acting and has guest and co-starred on various TV shows, indie films, and commercials.
Here’s a little bit about her natural character:
Combine Jessica Lu, Sarah Hyland and Anna Kendrick and you get …Sarah Ho! Quirky, cute and smart, Sarah is the bubbly girl next door who can seriously play the violin. Whether she’s playing the nerdy nemesis, quirky flirt, or strict mom, she draws upon her own experiences to bring humanity and comedy to her performances. If Phoebe Buffay from Friends were a tiny Asian flower….that would be her.
Sarah is also passionate about youth education. Besides volunteering for Young Storytellers Foundation, Sarah is also the founder of community service a cappella group YOUTHphonics, YOUTHphonics, a group dedicated to bringing free music education to underserved areas in Los Angeles. YOUTHphonics currently partners with the LACER program at Fairfax High School, teaching a cappella once a week to high school students after school.
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